I am one of the foremost portrait carvers in the UK working in marble, limestone, sandstone, as well as bronze and terracotta.

I work initially on a clay maquette (model) allowing the client to become fully involved in the design process and sculpted detail prior to final approval. Deciding on a scale and material can greatly influence the finished piece and helps to capture the personality of the subject in the final piece.  I have experience in sculpting solely from photographs if the subject is not available for a sitting.  Where historical figures are concerned I work with all available two dimensional references to do justice to the subject. 



Portrait study carved in situ on the bellower of Gresford Church.

Reverent Hewlett Johnson

Relief portrait plaque in sandstone.

Ged Mason

Bronze portrait of Businessman Ged Mason.

Benedict Cumberbatch

A portrait study of the actor

Pedro and Gus

A high relief portrait of father and son in sandstone carved from a photograph.

Gerry Mason

A commission to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Morson Group. Gerry Mason was its founder.

Terry Nutkins

Portrait in bronze of wildlife expert, television presenter and writer Terry Nutkins.


This marble portrait carving is of the designer and inventor Peter Canham.

Lord Wolfson

Posthumous portrait of Lord Wolfson of Marylebone whose foundation supports numerous good causes.

Marianne North

Portrait plaque of pioneering explorer and botanical illustrator Marianne North.

Macedonia Blas-Flores

Macedonia Blas-Flores is a Mexican human rights activist fighting to improve the plight of working women in Mexico.

Sir Harold Hillier

This bronze is of the eminent horticulturalist and plant collector Sir Harold Hillier


A relief carving of actor Bill Owen as his character Compo in Last of the Summer Wine.


This portrait study is life-size and carved in Carrara marble from a clay maquette.